A trompe l'oeil that shows a shelf with three vases and a shelf with a bust of a
child having his hair covered with vine leaves.
The two lateral vases made of lapislazuli and gold are of a British manufacture (18th century).
The central one is a Greek red figures vase inspired by another larger vase - a krater from the Greek colony of Apulia, Italy,
ca 405 - 385 BCE, exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Taranto, Italy, as shown in the last picture.
I took just the central scene of the birth of Dionysos that shows the god rising from
(British and Greek) are related
to the owners’ countries